Set up a Regular Donation or Leave a Legacy to CCP (UK)

Setting up a regular donation

You can support the work of CCP(UK) on a regular basis by setting up a standing order.  You can donate any amount you wish weekly, monthly, quarterly or annually.

  • Log onto your on-line banking and set up a regular payment direct to Chernobyl Children’s Project (UK), account number 65234798, sort code 089299 using your name as a reference and should you wish to gift aid your donation please confirm your name, house number and post code by email to the National Treasurer.


  • Print off this standing order form and send direct to The Treasurer, CCP(UK) 10 Old Station Road, Hampton in Arden, SolihullB92 0EY

Leaving a Legacy

A growing number of people are ensuring the continued work of CCP(UK) by deciding to leave a legacy gift in their Will. No matter how large or small, this is incredibly important to us, and is a wonderful way of enabling us to support those most effected by the Chernobyl disaster.

Chernobyl Children’s Project (UK) is a registered charity (no. 1059832), no inheritance tax is payable on the amount of your gift. Therefore, it is worth bearing in mind that after providing for your loved ones, you can leave a tax-free gift to a charity whose work has been important to you over the years.

There are three main ways to support CCP(UK) in your Will:

  • A Residual Legacy, which is a share or a percentage of your estate
  • A Pecuniary Legacy, which is a fixed amount of money
  • Specific gifts or bequests, such as property or stocks and shares

If you already have a Will and would like to include a gift to CCP(UK), you can make a straightforward and inexpensive amendment, or codicil, arranged through a solicitor.

Should you decide to remember CCP(UK) in your Will, we would be very grateful if you could let us know, as this will enable us to thank you for your generosity and allow us to keep you, or someone close to you, informed and involved with the charity.

All information that you supply will be treated in the strictest confidence, and does not involve you in any binding commitment.

Please bear in mind that this information is not intended to constitute legal advice and, when making your Will, you should do so in consultation with your independent professional adviser.